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1 Development of Frequency-Tunable Terahertz Radiation Sources Tsun-Hsu Chang 張存續 Department of Physics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan 2008 FISFES Workshop November 6 – 8, NCKU, Tainan, Taiwan

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2 Introduction:

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3 Objective: Filling the Terahertz Gap R. Kleiner, “Filling the terahertz gap”, Science 318, 1254 (2007). Science, 23 November 2007

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4 Terahertz Research THz photonics THz spectroscopy THz plasmonics Plasma diagnostics Fusion ESR DNP NMR Material processing Number of publications in Physical Review Letters. Search title/abstract using the key word--- “terahertz”.

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5 Applications: high power ESR DNP NMR

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6 How to Generate Terahertz Radiations Photonics: (low power, non-coherent) Josephson effect Quantum cascade laser Far infrared laser Femtosecond laser Electronics: (high power, coherent) Free electron laser Electron cyclotron maser - gyrotron Backward-Wave Oscillator Generate THz radiations:

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7 Terahertz vacuum electron devices Terahertz FEL Generate THz radiations: high power FEL gyrotron BWO

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8 高頻電磁實驗室 High Frequency Electrodynamics Laboratory 指導教授:朱國瑞老師,張存續老師 博士後:邱陳琦,姜惟元 博士班:高士翔,戴玲潔,吳家勳,吳光磊,陳乃慶,袁景濱 碩士班:林冠男,林柏年,康迺豪,劉煜,林柏宏, 姚仁傑,吳智遠,徐複樺,吳俊潭,姚欣佑 學士班：姜博瀚,郭彥廷,任德育,李育浚 校外合作:工研院材化所,中科院,同步輻射,高速電腦 國際合作: UC-Davis, USA, Fukui Univ., Japan Terahertz gyrotron term

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9 Toward Bridging the Terahertz Gap one photon multiple-photon multiple photon per excitation, per electron, per electron, large interaction large interaction interaction space space space ~ wavelength Frontier in science and technology. Terahertz gap

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10 ECM based Devices --- gyrotrons gyro-monotron high average power gyro-BWO continuous frequency tunability (relatively unexploited) The gyrotron is a coherent radiation source based on the electron cyclotron maser (ECM) interaction

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11 Difficulties for Terahertz gyro-BWO

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12 Difficulties: Underlying Physics 2000 Nonlinear field contraction 2001 Nonstationary and chaotic behavior 2002 Linear and time-dependent behavior of gyro-BWO 2005 Dynamics of mode competition All published in PRL.

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13 The high efficiency gyro-BWO T. H. Chang, C. T. Fan, K. F. Pao, K. R. Chu, and S. H. Chen, “Stability and tunability of Gyrotron Backward-Wave Oscillator”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, (2007).

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14 Outer electrode Electron emitter Anode Vacuum container Center electrode (Cathode nose) 14 W-band TE A, A, 40.4 kG Difficulty #1: 110 GHz PNA Difficult #3: Electron gun Difficulty #4: Magnet Difficulty #2: THz mode converter T. H. Chang, et al., “W-band TE01 gyrotron backward-wave oscillator with distributed loss”, Phys. Plasmas 15, (2008).

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15 First difficulty: Basic diagnostic system 2006: vector network analyzer E8363B 2,800,000 NTD. 2007: test set controller N5260A 2,400,000 NTD. 2008: Millimeter wave head module N5260AW10 2,600,000 NTD. Solved

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16 Second difficulty: TE 01 mode converter 22 GHz Solved

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17 Second difficulty a main vantage T. H. Chang, C. H. Li, C. N. Wu, and C. F. Yu, “Exciting circular TEmn modes at low terahertz region”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 93, (2008).

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18 Terahertz Devices Using LIGA Require high precision machining (<2 um) LIGA technique 1. irradiation (mask) 2. development (SU-8) 3. electroforming 200 GHz TE 02 mode converter (for Fukui University, Japan) 400 GHz TE 41 mode converter (Fourth harmonic gyrotron) 4. cold test

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19 Scaled experiment: Ka-band TE 01 gyro-BWO Distributed loss suppresses the axial-mode competition. Mode-selective circuit suppresses the transverse-mode competition. Tuning range: 15.8% Peak efficiency: 23.7%

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20 Problem for gyro-BWO Old design (for gyro-TWT) Third difficulty: Electron gun Magnetron Injection Gun (MIG) for W-band gyro-BWO. CUSP gun for high harmonic gyro-BWO. New design (for gyro-BWO) W-band MIG gun is ready for fabrication. CUSP gun simulation

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21 Fourth difficulty: Magnet Superconducting magnet (8 Tesla, 6,000,000 NTD) Pulsed magnet (40 Tesla, 3,000,000 NTD) Our old magnet is aging and has hysteresis effect. 2 Tesla is barely okay. Magnet is the biggest problem to us. Sufficient research funding can solve the problem.

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22 Reducing the Magnetic Field Requirement Second harmonic slotted gyro-BWO: N. C. Chen, C. F. Yu, and T. H. Chang, “A TE21 second-harmonic gyrotron backward- wave oscillator with slotted structure”, Phys. Plasmas, 14, (2007).

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23 Gyrotrons at Fukui FIR Center 0.4 THz, 1.5 kW 1 THz 0.25 kW A series of LHe free superconducting magnets: 8T, 12 T, 17 T, and 21 T.

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24 International Cooperation: 394 GHz Frequency tunable gyrotron

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25 International Cooperation: 203 GHz TE 02 gyro-BWO Novel TE 02 mode converter using LIGA technique. Novel mode-selective circuit

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26 Conclusion and Foresight Terahertz gap NTHU Terahertz Research Center

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